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wwii propaganda

WWII Propaganda

How the Nazis used propaganda to garner support for their political agenda

  • Hitler was so convinced of the power of propaganda, that in his book, Mien Kampf (written 1925), he dedicates two entire chapters on the effectiveness of its use to achieve political and social power.
  • In order for Hitler to have any influence on Germany, he first had to get elected. He did this by presenting himself as…
    • savior of the nation
    • uniting Germans
    • and ensuring prosperity
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Elections, cont.
  • In order for Hitler to explain Germany’s despair and poverty, he had to place the blame somewhere:
    • Jewish people
    • People of other political affiliations
    • Surrounding countries
    • And eventually anyone who was not completely on board with the Nazi party and ideals
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Nazi Meeting, May 1920
  • Hitler is scheduled to speak on the topic “What do we want?”
  • "Citizens! Do not believe that the Germany of misfortune and misery, the nation of corruption and usury, the land of Jewish corruption, can be saved by parties that claim to stand on a foundation of facts. Never!"
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National Socialists (Nazi Party)
  • “National-Socialism The organized will of the nation”
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1930 Election, Nazi ideology

A Nazi sword kills a snake, the blade passing through a red Star of David.

The red words coming from the snake are:

usury, Versailles, unemployment, war, guilt, lie, Marxism, Bolshevism, lies and betrayal, inflation, Locarno, Dawes Pact, Young Plan, corruption, Barmat, Kutistker, Sklarek (the last three Jews involved in major financial scandals), prostitution, terror, civil war.





anti semitism
  • Cover: "When you see this symbol..."
  • Page 2: "Remember what the Jews have done to our people." The page reviews World War I, for which the Jews are held responsible, then states: "Now for the first time, World Jewry openly says what it wants: 'Germany must die!'"
  • Page 3: "And you can read the Jew's solution in the booklet The War Aim of World Plutocracy." A review of Kaufman's proposal follows. "The German Wehrmacht will ensure that World Jewry's terrible plan, as proclaimed by the Jew Kaufman, will never become reality.
  • Page 4: "You must ensure through your behavior that Jewry never again has even the slightest influence on our people."